It keeps us organized, but I wanted something "fancier." I loved this one!
Here's the deal...my son's middle name should be "I Will Break It!" Bless his heart...he is seven and practices his American Ninja Warrier moves all over the house. I can't tell you how many times he has knocked down the dry erase board from the fridge..there is no way I could use glass!
This was easy and free. I used PowerPoint, background paper from Ashley Hughes, and a font from Cara Carroll.
This is my before picture of my desk organizer!! FYI- I have random stuff stored in it because I moved in a hurry when I packed my classroom!!!The Tattooed Teacher had a great resource to help me! I've used Modge Podge with scrapbook paper, but never with something from an ink jet printer. I had to be really careful or it caused the ink to run! I ended up using clear packing tape, and you can't even see it!
I put the labels on blue scrapbooking paper. I'm happy with the results :) Now you can't see if my drawers are messed up ;)
I love these owls from Tracee Orman.
Here are the labels for you to download for free!! Just click on the picture!